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Early in the film, Felicity Jones mentions Stardust. Stardust was the nickname for her character in Rogue One, as well as being the name assigned to the plans for the Death Star. Soon after, she says "and so it begins", a phrase often used in Star Wars See more »
Amelia Wren pronounces "caelum certe" with hard C's. This is the current, "reconstructed Classical" pronunciation; however, in the 1860s the standard Latin pronunciation used would have been with soft C's. See more »
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The movie is quite enjoyable as a fairy tale. It's supposed to be based on a true story, but to be politically correct Amazon has rewritten history and turned one of the two main characters to a women. It was two men, not a man and women. There is no need to rewrite history. I'd be annoyed if they make a movie about Amelia Earhart and turned her into a man. It's history. Just do the history.
I'd rated this a 9 if they hadn't lied by saying this is based on true events.
The acting is pretty good and the story line is good and it's fairly clean.
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